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    Let’s Struggle for the Day of Liberation, 1988
    woodcut print
    23 × 30 cm

    Mother 2, 1987
    woodcut print
    29 × 37 cm
    Chonnam National University Museum Collection

     

    Byeong-ha Kim (b. 1969, Goheung, Korea) studied at the Department of Art Education within Chonnam National University. He was a member of the university’s artist collective activities, including those known as “Bulnabang” and “Geurimpae madang.” During these years, he was actively engaged in the practice of propaganda art such as hanging mural paintings, prints, and cartoons, and then participated in the National Minjung Art Movement Association. After graduating from the Graduate School of Design at University of Seoul, he has been working as an illustrator for children’s books and picture books. His representative works include the picture books, Elk’s Garden (Sagyegeol, 2013) and I Like My Village (Hanullimeorini, 2018).